Timeline of Roman Republic


land reforms

133 BC

land reforms by Tiberius Gracchus

End of the Iberian resistance

133 BC

Attalus bequeaths his entire kingdom to Rome

133 BC

Attalus III the last king of Pergamon bequeaths his entire kingdom to Rome

Fall of Numantia

133 BC

Numantia falls to Rome with mass suicide among the survivors

Rome intervenes

125 BC

Rome intervenes on the behalf of Massalia against the Saluvii Celts

Gallia Narbonensis becomes a province of Rome

121 BC

Romans defeated at Noreia by the Cimbri

113 BC

Cimbri defeat a Roman army

109 BC

Cimbri defeat a Roman army under the command of Julius Silanus

Cicero is born

106 BC

Cicero the Roman statesman and orator is born

The governer of Macedonia celebrates his victory

106 BC

The governer of Macedonia M.Minucius Rufus, celebrated his victory in a raid over the Dacians allied with the Celtic tribe of the Scordiscii in the Balkans

The Cimbri, Tetuons and Ambrones are victorious against Rome

105 BC

The Cimbri, Teutons and Ambrones are victorious against the Romans at Arausio killing 60,000 Roman soldiers

After army reforms Marius defeats the Tetuons

102 BC

After reforming the Roman army Marius defeats the Teutons and Ambrones at Aquae Sextiae

The Romans crush the Cimbri

101 BC

At Vercellae the Romans crush the Cimbri army who reportably loose near 100,000 soldiers

Social war between Rome and it's Italian allies

91 BC - 89 BC

Social war between Rome and it's Itallian allies. The Itallians want Roman citizenship and equal share in Rome's power. This war was only won by Rome deciding to grant the Italian's wishes

The first civil war between Marius and Sulla

88 BC - 87 BC

The first civil war between Marius and Sulla. First march on Rome by Sulla

Mithradic Wars

88 BC - 63 BC

Mithradic Wars between Mithridates VI and the Roman Republic

Pompey fights under the Roman dictator Sulla

83 BC

Sulla's second march on Rome

83 BC

Sulla's second march on Rome. Mass Proscriptions

Sulla is persuaded to give Pompey his first triumph in Rome

80 BC

Crixos is killed

72 BC

Crixos, a Celt who was the second in command under Spartacus, is killed. 300 Romans are sacrificed in his honor

Pompey is granted a second triumph for his victories in Spain

71 BC

Pompey and Crassus are made consuls

70 BC

The Gabinian law is passed

67 BC

The Gabinian Law is passed, giving Pompey great power to deal with pirates

The Manilian law is passed

66 BC

The Manilian Law is passed, giving Pompey a great amount of power to deal with Mithridates VI of Pontus

Galatia becomes a client state of Rome

64 BC

Pompey is victorius

64 BC

Pompey defeats the Seleucid Antiochus XIII and incorperates Syria as a province of Rome

Pompey returns to Italy, and upon his return disbands his army

62 BC

First Triumvirate' between Caesar, Pompey and Crassus

60 BC - 53 BC

Caesar attacks the Helvetii while on migration and defeats them

58 BC

Cicero is exiled from Rome

58 BC - 57 BC

Julius Caesar's conquest of the Gaul

58 BC - 51 BC

Victory for the Roman navy

56 BC

The navies of Rome and the Veneti Gauls clash resulting in a victory for Rome. This is the first recorded naval battel in the Atlantic Ocean

Caesar attempts to invade Britain

55 BC

Caesar successfully invades Britain but withdraws to Gaul

54 BC

Rome losses

54 BC - 53 BC

Ambriox of the Eburones tribe destroys around 9,000 Roman soldiers at Atuatuca

Roman influence in Britain grows due to trade

54 BC - 43 BC

Battle of Carrhae

53 BC

Battle of Carrhae. Crassus is captured and executed by the Parthians

Caesar is defeated at Gergovia by Vercingetorix

52 BC

Vercingetorix surrenders to the Romans

52 BC

After becoming trapped and besieged at Alesia, Vercingetorix surrenders to Caesar

Caesar's siege and capture of Uxellodunum ends the Gallic War

51 BC